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Assessing The Irish Goalkeeping Situation As Randolph Injury Looms

Ireland suffered a potential blow during the week with the news that goalkeeper Darren Randolph is a doubt for their crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark next month. Randolph missed Middlesbrough’s goalless draw with Huddersfield Town on Wednesday night, thanks to a thigh strain and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks of action. The Boys in Green face Denmark on …

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Greenlight: Darren Randolph On Tough Year With Boys In Green

Pundit Arena sat down with Irish goalkeeper Darren Randolph, who opened up on his international career, a difficult year with the Boys in Green and sympathising with Declan Rice. ______ It is said that the goalkeeper is the most lonely man on the football pitch. Former Celtic and Poland stopper Arthur Boruc once quipped that “being a goalkeeper is like …

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Darren Randolph On Rice Dilemma: “I Can Understand His Position”

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph has opened up on Declan Rice’s international dilemma following the West Ham midfielder’s much-publicised exit from the Irish squad amidst interest from England. Rice left the Irish squad in August following apparent interest from Gareth Southgate and England, with many feeling that the 19-year old had turned his back on the Boys in Green …

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Darren Randolph Full Of Praise For “Ridiculous” Caoimhin Kelleher

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph has spoken of his admiration for Liverpool’s young stopper Caoimhin Kelleher as the 19-year old looks to begin his international career under new manager Mick McCarthy. Kelleher was called up to the Irish squad by then manager Martin O’Neill for Ireland’s games against Northern Ireland and Wales in November although didn’t feature in either …

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Watch: Glenn Whelan Scores From 20 Yards Due To Darren Randolph Blunder

Glenn Whelan

Aston Villa recorded a comfortable 3-0 victory against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium with the third goal coming from Republic of Ireland international, Glenn Whelan.  A first-half goal from James Chester had Villa up and running before Tammy Abraham made it 2-0 to the visitors with less than 30 minutes remaining. Whelan then put the result beyond doubt in the 83rd minute …

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Watch: Wilson Leaves Randolph Stranded With Stunning Free-Kick

Harry Wilson managed to score another fantastic goal from the dead-ball, sending the Welsh in attendance in the Aviva into a frenzy. And what a goal it was. Wilson proved his skills on free-kicks against Manchester United in Old Trafford before and managed to take his talents to the international scene, breaking the deadlock in his Welsh sides Nations League …

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